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what that was like? it's an old irish ring. isn't it beautiful? kevin: i can understand what the heart means, but... what about the hands and the crown? the hands mean friendship and the crown means loyalty. there's something engraved on it. what does it say? i don't know, it's in irish. must've been mom's. no. i never saw this ring on mom's finger. maybe it's grandma's. look-- u.s. savings bonds. there's about 40 here, and they're each $100. $4,000! kevin, you were right. dad did have an insurance policy. "whole life. "patrick francis casey. face value: $50,000." 50,000?! 50,000 big ones? that's wild. "beneficiaries: rebecca casey and kevin casey." i mean, would you look at us! are we rich, or what? kevin, we're not rich. dad's insurance money will barely pay for college for one of us, not to mention the rent, and bills, and... are you kidding me? $50,000! i could get a motorcycle, a lap-top... kevin, try to remember why we're getting this money. i remember. so what are we going to do? first, we cash in these savings bonds. mm-hmm. rebecca: next, we'll call the life insurance company
you. you must be kevin. i am. hi, i'm michael. rebecca, nice to meet you. brendan: this is peggy and this is erin... and this is katie! and these kids are hungry! oh, god. anne: be careful. rebecca: anne, i'm going to check on the squash. anne: mm-hmm, check on those green beans, too, o.k.? mom, where are the girls? they're outside playing with kevin. ( kevin grunting ) ( whispering ) ( girls giggling ) ahh... that's a tough league. they used to be able to win. remember those days? rebecca: what's the score? green bay, 21, "da bears," 17. hey, i understand my dad has you working the cow barn already, shoveling cow manure. welcome to the casey farm. he's doing a darn good job. hold out for health benefits. yeah, he never worked the barn. wanted to do computers as soon as possible. ( family oohing and ahhing ) look at the size of that! how big is that bird? peggy: oh... that looks wonderful! the 20s? at least. katie: that's almost heavier than you! ( all laughing ) i would like to say a word of thanks before we enjoy this feast. recently you have taken away one of our family member
the resignation of kevin rudd. it skewed the government's achievements. >> a bloody week in the syrian town of homs. two foreign journalists among the dead. a train crashes into a terminal in monasteries. 49 are killed. gloria are arroyo pleads not guilty to election rigging. it is 12:00 here in singapore. this is newsday. the julia gillard has called for an election after the resignation of our foreign minister. kevin rudd step down. he said he could no longer serve without confidence. >> the prime minister came out to defend our record and her abilities. for the sake of the party and the country, speculation about her leadership had to end. kevin rudd, the man whose job she took, what was the center of the argument. >> in order to settle this question once and for all. i believe it is in the interest of the party, but much more important in the interest of the australian nation. >> speaking from washington where he resigned, kevin rudd announced his intention to run and made clear only he could save the government. >> [unintelligible] >> speculation about the labor leadership has dominate
leadership following the resignation of foreign minister kevin rud. >> for far too long we have seen squabbling within the labor party which has obscured the government's achievements in what we are doing to build a stronger and fairer australia. >> a bloody week in the besieged syrian town of homs. 60 die on wednesday. two fornl journalists are among those killed. >> a rush hour train crashes into a station terminal in buenos aires. 49 people are killed. at least 600 more are injured. former president led not guilt to -- guilty to charges of alleged election rigging. >> it's 10g in the morning here in singapore. >> it's 2:00 a.m. in london. this is news day d. >> australia's prime minister julia gillard has called a leadership election following the resignation of her foreign minister. kevin rudd stood down while on official business in washington. he told reporters he could no longer serve without the confidence ms. gillard and her senior ministers. she ousted rudd in 2010. >> this all takes place at 10:00 on monday morning, sydney time, and is expected to take about an hour or so,
battling a house fire in riverdale. the parents of kevin o'toole and ethan southerly talked with -- ethan southerly talked with us today. we're told the firefighters are in critical but stable condition. kenn o'toole suffered burns over 40% of his body. despite the injuries, kevin's father said kevin is always looking out for his friends and family. >> one of the first things he was worried about was how was ethan? they were together. i think maybe the second one, my family. >> ethan is waiting for tests to tell him how badly burned his airway is. he is alert and communicates through writing. right now, police investigating a shooting in townsend. apearntly it happened around 8:30 this morning. police say a man found a burglar inside the home. at some point the suspect shot the homeowner and took off. the victim is expected to make a full recovery. right now, there's no word on the motive. st. joseph's medical center could be soon run by non-catholics but the cardinal doesn't want it to happen. both prospective buyers are not catholic, and while the buyers have agreed to honor the catholi
kramer and kevin jackson. >> i'm going to start talking about our panelists. the first is a good friend of mine. i spent long hours in the back of buses. she is one of the original founders of the atlanta tea party. [ applause ] >> thank you, dustin. >> join the tea party express pac as director of grass roots and coalitions. now she is one of the most recognizable faces of the tea party movement. she does an unbelievable job. amy kramer. >> thank you. [ applause ] >> our next panelist is kevin jackson s jackson. he is author of "the big black lie." [ applause ] >> and he founded the black sphere blog. kevin has been featured on the "glenn beck program" and "rush limbaugh program." he say radio show host and he is frequent guest on a variety of national shows. kevin writes his almost daily blog and is a syndicated writer. he contributes to big government and human events and an environmental thinker. he will entertain you guys tonight. no pressure. our next guest is jennifer -- i need some water up here. our next guest is jennifer stefano. she is the state director of pennsylvania for a
hours from new york, the longest ride in the world, not knowing what to expect. >> reporter: kevin 0 tewel has severe burns and is facing nearly eight months of medical treatment. ethan sorrell has respiratory system burns and is breathing through a tube. >> he's in some pain from the tubes and all, but other than that ethan is doing well. >> reporter: the third firefighter, mike mccleary has severe burns and bruises to his ribs. >> there was fire showing from both sides of the house in the rear. we attempted to darken down the fire from the outside first. >> reporter: the first team entered the house through the basement here in the rear. they were trying to put out a fire so the team on the first floor could safely look for victims, but then an alarm sounded. >> attention, all units 6334 on 57th avenue. >> reporter: the fireball had just ripped through the house, came out this front door. it was described as a blow torch. in the path of that blow torch, kevin and ethan. ethan and kevin come from firefighting families that live almost 1,000 miles apart but united by an unbreakable b
as a showdown between prime minister julia gillard and her predecessor and rival kevin rudd comes to a head. ballots will be held monday. kevin rudd abruptly resigned as foreign minister. he says the labor party will lose the next election unless he is returned to the top job -- labour party >> things have to change. it is no secret that our government has a lot of work to do if it is to regain confidence of the australian people. rightly or wrongly, julia has lost the trust of the australian people, and starting on monday i want to start restoring that trust. >> kevin rudd. in response, australian prime minister julia gillard told a news conference that a leader should be chosen on strength of character. >> the choice the nation faces and my parliamentary colleagues face on monday is a choice as to who has got the character, the temperament, the strength to deliver on behalf of the australian people. this is not celebrity big brother. it is about working out who can lead the nation, who has got the ability to get things done. >> australia's princeton julia gillard. staying in australia, a
to talk about kevin" and obviously next week in the interest of fairness, we'll bring on kevin. we need to talk about his new film, really? really? we've been talking a lot about these past few weeks about the president and congress. there's a third and equal branch of government, the judicial branch which by now must be feeling somewhat ignored. that changed tonight with our brand-new segment a love supreme. (cheers and applause) sorry. we didn't forget about you supreme court baby. why don't you change into something more comfortable. actually, you wear robes, i mean, yeah. i guess you could make the public more plush but you probably just wearing a snuggie. any way, the point is this. the supreme court has been hearing some new cases, let's check in. >> the u.s. supreme court is now considering a challenge to government rules barring cursing and nudity on the major networks. >> right now profanity and wardrobe malfunctions can get broadcasters slapped with six figure fines. the networks including abc argue in this day and age that's just not fair. >> (laughter) >> jon: that is some f
room of kevin o'tool, a fellow firefighter for a brief visit. this is the first time they have seen one another since this horrible incident. the families of two volunteer firefighters hurt while battling a vacant house fire friday night talked about their recovery. these are the parents of 21-year-old ethan sorel. >> ethan has been through quite an ordeal. >> reporter: their son, previously awarded for saving the life of a child, has burns to his airway and communicates with a pen and note pad. >> we pray every day that they would bless him and see him through this. >> reporter: these are the parents of kevin o'tool. he has second and third-degree burns over 40% of his body. >> this is your worst possible nightmare as a parent. took the longest ride in the world. four and a half hours from new york. and not knowing what to expect. and it was worse than we really expected. >> reporter: both volunteers who come from fire fighting families remain in stable conditions. five other firefighters have been released. news 4 spoke exclusively to two of them saturday night. >> a little sore. just
wounded. so it is escalating already. >> ben farmer from the uk's "daily telegraph." thank you. >>> kevin rudd has resigned as australia's foreign minister. he made the announcement as a hastily convened press conference in washington. he told them he would not be involved in a, quote, stealth attack on a prime minister. there had been speculation that rudd was trying to challenge julia gillard for leadership amid reports she was getting ready to sack him. that's it for headlines. i'm zain verjee, and world business today starts now. >>> good morning from cnn london. i'm charles hobson. >> and good afternoon from cnn hong kong. i'm pauline chu. this is "world business today." here are the top stories we're following. >>> greece gets its bailout, but now comes the hard part. lawmakers have just days to deliver on promised reforms that are already running into determined opposition. >>> and a chinese company is trying to stop shipments of apple's ipad into and out of china. pro view says the ipad trademark belongs to them. the world stock markets have had more than 24 hours to absorb a gree
and they'll all know that 's kevin's awesome car. ♪ bought ( clears throat ) sorry. when it's on your mind, it's on ebay. >> would you give up your dollar bills for dollar coins? a report by the general accountability office found replacing the dollar bill with a coin could save the federal government $4.5 billion over 30 years. over 30 years when it comes to the government. >> legislation, calling for a switch to coins from paper dollars has been called for there may be an increased risk of counterfeiting associated with switching to coins. >> just never seems the coins catch on >> they don't. >> we tried to susan b anthony,. >> i wanted to say the other ones. >> thank you tucker it didn't catch on i don't know why i think we just are programmed to want the dollar >> native american. >>> sakajawia. >> i don't know why we are used to what we are used to. >> but i think i would use a dollar coin. >> did you use them when you could put them in the vending machines. >> i put them in my pocket and rediscovered them later. >> we will see what happens. >> tony has so much money he is like $4.5
challenger kevin rudd, but questions persist about her ability to win the next election in 2013. >>> and we speak to the ceo of nokia as the giant unveils six new hand sets. that interview first on cnbc in 15 minutes. >>> hello. you're watching "worldwide exchange." together with ross westgate in london, i'm christine tan here in singapore. first of all, earnings out and hsbc says it is confident about meeting its targets, reaffirming 2013 profit guidance and assuring investors it will meet the upper end of its cost saving range after report 2011 profits are in line. shares are trading slightly lower in the uk right now, down 375.81. joining us now to talk everything hsbc, head of sovereign institutional strategy asia at jpmorgan asset management, and our guest host for the next hour, patrick armstrong, managing partner at armstrong investment partners. patrick, let me start with you first. straight into the numbers. more or less this line what people are expecting, no surprises. >> numbers came in just under the $22 billion the consensus was looking for. boughtttom line number was righ lin
, all honoring houston with their voices. stars like tyler perry and kevin costner told personal stories in memory of the superstar. aretha franklin was scheduled to be there but had to cancel because she wasn't feeling well. the service included a letter from her daughter, bobby christina. it read "god said it's time, your work is done. thanks for being a wonderful daughter." as for her ex-husband, bobby brown, he says in a written statement he wasn't happy about being asked to move three times and says security kept him from seeing his daughter. so he left because "i refused to create a scene." in all, it was roughly a four-hour homegoing tribute to whitney houston and punctuating the service today, a recording of louft's "i will always love you" as pallbearers carried her casket out. ♪ i will always love you ♪ i will always love you >> gospel singer marvin winans spoke at the service. he began by thanking houston's mother, cissy, for bringing the service back home to newark. >> that took a lot of courage. and because of that, you brought the world to church today. we, the winans,
and 22-year-old kevin o'toole are recovering this afternoon at washington hospital center. they were injured when a gust of wind created a wall of fire while battling a blaze at this riverdale home. today doctors will examine sorrell's airway. o'toole has burns over 40% of his body and is having a skin graft today. their families spoke today at a news conference. >> took the longest ride in the world, four and a half hours from new york, and not knowing what to expect. it was worse than we expected. >> i just pray every day the lord will bless him and strengthen him and see him through this. >> five other firefighters were injured battling this fire. they were treated and released from the hospital. >>> an over night jump in gas prices put the prices closer to the $4 a gallon mark. the latest survey by the automobile association, american automobile association, triple-a, finds gas in the district averages $3.84 a gallon up two cents in a day. maryland's average is up about half a cent to $3.67. at $3.61 virginia drivers are also paying a half cent more for a gallon of gas and in wes
to hear the personal stories. kevin costner's story of behind the scenes of "the bodyguard" was incredible. >> he was great, wasn't he? >> it was a revelation. >> and honest. >> and so was clive davis. >> and considering they are not members of the black community, that was significant. because you're in a black church, in a church where whitney houston, not just somebody, but whitney houston grew up. her mom was there the whole family is there. there is a whole perspective. it proves not only can we all get along, but we must and when you have a chance to put two artists together like whitney and kevin, you come out with something as he said is lasting and memorable. people will never forget "the bodyguard." people who witnessed him talk today will remember it even stronger. >> music is universal. some years ago i was in the soviet union. all night long they played motown and they played many music. music has that power. that's why musicians with these special gifts must be careful. "i will always love you" is the greatest. "the star-spangled banner," and "jesus loves me." the first teach
's hometown church in newark, new jersey. alicia keys, r. kelly, c.c. wines. tyler perry and kevin costner told of personal stories in memory of the superstar. aretha franklin was scheduled to be there, but had to cancel because she wasn't feeling well. the service included a letter from houston's daughter bobbi kristina and her mother cissy houston. it read in part, ♪ god said it's time. your work is done. thanks for being such a wonderful daughter." as for houston's ex-husband bobby brown, he was there for a while. he says in a written statement, he wasn't happy about being asked to move three times and says security kept him from seeing his daughter bobbi kristina. he left because, quote, i refuse to create a scene. ♪ i'm not what you need >> in all it was a four-hour home going tribute. punctuating the service today, a recording of houston's "i will always love you" as pallbearers carried her casket out. ♪ i will always love you >> the pastor who gave houston's eulogy told her mother that she took the world to church today by having her daughter's service at home in newark. it wa
miss kevin costner to come and say some words regarding whitney. [applaus [applause]. >> (laughter) . >> it feels right. i'd like to thank cissy and dionne for the honor of being here and everybody in the church treating my wife and i so gracefully. i'm going to say some stories, maybe some of you know, maybe some of you, you don't. i wrote them down because i didn't want to, i didn't want to miss anything. the song "i will always love you" almost wasn't. it wasn't supposed to be in the movie, but first choice was going to be "what becomes of a broken heart" and it had been out the year before in another movie and we felt it wasn't have the impact so he we couldn't use it. so what becomes of our broken hearts? whitney returns home today to the place where it all began and i urge us all inside and outside across the nation and around the world to dry our tears, suspend our sorrow, and perhaps our anger, just long enough, just long enough to remember the sweet miracle of whitney. never forgetting that cissy, and bobbi kristina are still among us. and her mother and i have a lot in co
-old kevin o'toole were among the seven firefighters injured in a riverdale home on friday when a gust of winds created a wall of fire. sorrel suffered burns to his airway. he's communicating with a pen and notepad. o'toole has second and third-degree burns over 40% of his body. >> took the longest ride in the world. 4 1/2 hours from new york. not knowing what to expect. and it was worse than we really expected. >> we just pray every day that the lord will bless him and strengthen him and see him through this. >> both firefighters remain in critical but stable condition. the other five firefighters have been released from the hospital. the cause of that fire is still under investigation. >>> well, turning to the weather now, after this weekend's big chill, is will there be another february warm-up around the corner? chuck bell is in storm center 4. are you going to tell us, chuck? >> i can give you a pretty good hint. a shot of warm air. the problem this time is it isn't going to stick around as long as we have had in the earlier days of february. a beautiful evening out there. but tem
to church today. >> houston memorably made her film debut in 1992 in "the bodyguard." her co-star kevin costner recalled her struggle to land the role and her triumph. >> it's a tree we could all hang from. the inexplainable burden that comes with fame. call it doubt. call it fear. i've had mine. and i know the famous in the room have had theirs. i asked her to trust me, and she said she would. a half hour later she went back in to do her screen test, and the studio fell in love with her. the whitney i knew despite her success and worldwide fame still wondered, am i good enough? am i pretty enough? will they like me? it was the burden that made her great, and the part that caused her to stumble in the end. whitney, if you could hear me now, i would tell you you weren't just good enough. you were great. >> alicia keys, stevie wonder, r. kelly, cece and bebe winans honored houston with their voices. aaretha franklin had to cancel because she wasn't feeling well. bobby brown was there for a while, but he said he wasn't happy about being asked to move three times and that security kept him
into a tie for the moment with kevin na, who you see right there in the white shirt. a lot of folks thought the west coast would be a struggle for dustin coming off of the late season knee surgery in 2011. pour its in. he has some track record here for dustin johnson. twice a winner in 2009-2010. could have easily won the u.s. open. he had a good chance at it. and kevin na, as you see, wi is way back there. three groups on the 18th right now. na has this for par now to stay in that fifth place tie with dustin johnson. >> they are go to grind on this one. check the sharpy line on the golf ball. jim: look at the waves splashing up against the wall here. some stormy weather to come in here overnight. kevin na, i thought all week long he might be the guy to beat, he is playing with a superb amateur player, jimmy dunne. played with phil mickelson as well the first three days. he had a stumble today at the sixth. there you go. knock its in for a round of 70. there you see the fast start. nick: all of a sudden it becomes a little bit harder to make the score happen. tiger waiting to go for this gr
tonight. locked in a shootout with kevin durant. a new career high for monty. sp >>> monty ellis exploded against oklahoma city for a new career high. but old kc has kevin durant. ellis attacking early. the corner three and monty with 18 in the first quarter. check out russell westbrook with a 360 spin. serious athleticism. kevin durant, this will be with authority. back to monty. fading and floating on the baseline. he had 30 in the first half. assists to monty. less than four minutes to go. 45 points and warriors up four. the thunder answer. westbrook and durant 10 rebounds and 25 seconds left and montay, career high 48. durant shoots a bank shot for the lead, are you kidding me 1234* 117-116. back to monty and a good look on the three, and no. this one hurts. thunder win it, 119-116 is your final. after a 10-year absence tiger woods returns to play the in pebble beach pro-am. he met the media. the past few years have been tumultuous, the surgery and implosion with his personal life. tyinger is 36 years old, although healthy he is starting to feel his age a little bit, especially when h
a very good basketball player in eerie pennsylvania, kevin currant did something he had never done before. brian. >>> if you have a story idea call the fox 5 tip line or e-mail your tips to fox 5 tips@wttg.com com  >>> maryland man, one of four service members dead after a military plane crash in africa. the department of defense says he was most recently living in florida, airforce spokeswoman said the plane was returning from a mission when it went down. >>> body of a st. maries county man was found in cape st. mary's marina. the body was found inside a vehicle submerged in the water near a boating ramp joy was taken to baltimore medical examiners to determine cause of death. >> bypass around manassas battlefield park is looking more like a reality metropolitan washington council of government's says the new road is back on the list, growing support for the new bypass as traffic from major tourist attraction has gotten more congested opponents fear the bypass could open up the country side to more development. >> 12 university of virginia students are putting their health
at school. we begin there again tonight. nbc's kevin tibbles is in chardon, ohio. kevin, good evening. >> reporter: brian, 17-year-old t.j. lane was near tears and here to say "i'm sorry, i'm sorry," after a judge ordered him held in custody for his own sayty and that of this community. is in chardon, ohio, ribbons in the high school colors and condolences for the town of 5,000, devastated by the loss of three of its children. >> there's a student with a gun. >> reporter: today, police released dramatic 911 tapes recorded as the shooting was taking place. >> we've had multiple gunshots. >> reporter: news today the death toll from the shooting spree had risen. 17-year-old russell king jr. was pronounced dead shortly after 4:00 this morning. then this afternoon, word demetrius hewlin jr. had also died. his family released a statement saying demetrius was a happy young man who loved his life, and his family and friends. student danny parmertor succumbed to his gunshot wounds yesterday after a young man open fired in the high school cafeteria. >> he had no emotion on his face. he was just
believe. so i would like to welcome kevin, who both exemplifies what the students in san francisco are doing today and also the future. these are the young men and women who are seeing service and caring for each other as a core part of their lives today and what they want to carry into their professional lives to make the fabric of san francisco ever-stronger. welcome. [applause] >> i would like to thank everyone for having me here. as was mentioned, i had the absolute privilege to work and live in the tenderloin for two weeks last summer, and i worked in every facet of st. anthony's, public store, the dining room. i ate every day in the dining room, shared a meal with fellow guests. and i would like to share a story with you that i think really exemplifies the hope, love, and dignity that is present in st. anthony and its volunteers and guests. it was the third day of my service at st. anthony's. we slept on mats every day. and this day, i slept funny. i had a pain in my neck, and i do not feel like working. i bussed tables and was quiet. i took a trade from one man and walked aw
. and not knowing what to expect. >> reporter: even has severe -- kevin has severe burns over 4% of his body, facing nearly 8 months of medical treatment. he has respiratory system burns, breathing through a tube. >> and he is in some pain from the tubes and all. but other than that, he finished that early. >> reporter: the third firefighter, he has severe burns through his hands and bruised ribs. the fire investigators are still trying to determine how the fire began. >> and there is a showing here from both sides of the house in the rear. and we have attempted to darken down the fire from the outside first. >> reporter: they entered that house through the basement in the rear. trying to put out a fire, so the team on the first floor, they could safely look for victims. but then an alarm sounded. >> attention all units. 63-34, evacuate the zone. >> reporter: that alarm sounded because they ripped through the house. it came out this front door and was described as the blow torch and in the path of that blow torch, kevin and ethan. they come from the fire fighting families that live almost 1,000 mile
with kevin durant. a new career high for monty. cheeseburger macaroni? [ female announcer ] cheeserburger macaroni hamburger helper. now even cheesier and tastier. helpers. forty dishes, all delicious. gives us the most nutritious of gifts. but only when they are ready to be given. that's why green giant picks vegetables at their peak. ...and freezes them fast, locking in nutrients ...for you to unwrap. ♪ ho, h ho. green giant against oklahoma city for a new career high. but old kc has kevin durant. ellis attacking early. the corner three and monty with 18 in the first quarter. check out russell westbrook with a 360 spin. serious athleticism. kevin durant, this will be with authority. back to monty. fading and floating on the baseline. he had 30 in the first half. assists to monty. less than four minutes to go. 45 points and warriors up four. the thunder answer. westbrook and durant 10 rebounds and 25 seconds left and montay, career high 48. durant shoots a bank shot for the lead, are you kidding me 1234* 117-116. back to monty and a good look on the three, and no. this one hurts. thund
a big upset. >>> plus kevin durant shows dallas why oklahoma city are called the thunder. your early morning sports headlines are straight ahead. >>> if there are any groundhogs out there from colorado to nebraska, you'll need a snowplow. your forecast is coming up. you're watching "early today." >>> good morning. if you're just waking up, this is "early today." >>> in sports, last night's latest installment of the nba's battle of the great plains went all oklahoma city's way. here is mario solis with an early look at all of your sports headlines. >>> hi, there, good morning. last time we saw the oklahoma city thunder they were on the wrong end of a black griffin highlight reel. last night they took out their frustration on the reigning champs by dunking the mavericks. to dallas. nowitzki held to eight points as kevin durant and russell westbrooke scored a combined 56 between them. this sums it up for the mavs. westbrook with the easy dunk. and keep an eye on the ball that rolls over to rick carlyle. he boots it into the crowd. he was ejected. the thunder win 95-86. the reigning east
and the suspicions and the fear that have been generated among the neighborhood groups. kevin reed has shown this to be true. when he applied for is permit to be a delivery service on 11th street, several of his important neighbors were opposed. they soon learned within a few months they supported this project because he cleaned up the block. oksimple as that. he made it more possible for the people going in the bar across n their own neighborhood and that is important to me. i believe that havingç this dispensary in this neighborhood will improve the safety of the neighborhood. it will not harm the children. it will definitely help those in the neighborhood who need medical marijuana. ççthank you. commissioner antonini: thank you. >> ñrthank you for giving me the opportunity to speak. i have been a client of the green cross since 2005. at that time i had an opportunity to meet mr. reed after his earlier location had to close. i continue to be a client. i came to admire his methods as being as good as any dispensary i have ever visited. not that i visited a lot but the ones i have. i
in that direction. >> kevin rudd will take on to lead dillard to be the australian prime minister. >> was a baby taken by a gang go 30 years ago? a court may finally decide -- by a dingo 30 years ago? a court may finally decide. it is 12:00 here in singapore. >> it is four o'clock here in london. welcome to viewers around the world. this is newsday. hello, welcome once again. the bloodshed in syria is showing no signs of ending even as the international community is preparing cease-fires to allow aid into the area. dozens of people have been killed in the latest violence. in the past few hours, the united nations has appointed its former secretary general as a special envoy to syria. >> under fire. nowhere is safe from the shelling, even this mosque. unverified video, but the devastation tells its own story. sharing the nightmare, the british photographer injured yesterday. today, he appealed to the outside world for help. >> i was wounded yesterday. any assistance that can be given by government agencies would be welcome. >> the french journalist who was also injured said her broken leg and int
the resignation of kevin rudd. he was previously the prime minister. there is speculation he is planning to challenge the current leader, julia gillard. kevin rudd outlined the reasons for him stepping down. >> the truth is i can only serve as foreign minister if i have the confidence of the prime minister and her senior ministers. in recent days, a number of men have publicly attacked my integrity and therefore my fitness to serve as the minister in the government. when challenged today on these attacks, the prime minister chose not to repudiate them. i can only reluctantly concluded that she therefore shares these views. >> kevin rudd talking about his job. another job has been on the line. not yours. >> absolutely. your children are fans of chelsea. should he stay or go? >> i think they should give him more time. >> chelsea lost last night against napoli. were talking about how this was going to be a big game. they did lose. some that defensive errors. is he going to stay or go? it is a big decision. a moment, they are saying there are fine. >> it has had a difficult time of it the la
but lots of nominations. >>> the australian prime minister has beaten kevin rudd in a labor party leadership vote. but her next challenge to reunite the party might not be quite so easy. the full story ahead on "world business today." >>> cnn hong kong, i'm andrew stevens. >> and i'm nina dos santos at cnn london. a warm welcome back. you're watching "world business today" on cnn. >>> now, let's have a look at what's going on in europe when it comes to the equity trade. we're about 90 minutes into the trading day and the trading week. as you can see, it's a bit of a downbeat day. largely these markets taking cues from asia where there's a lot of concern about how china will have to revamp its economic policy and change its main export driven economy. a lot of people saying if china's having these troubles, the eurozone really has been having these kind of troubles for quite some time and is in a worst situation to whether this kind of storm. hsbc reporting its earnings here. that's one the reasons the ftse 100 isn't doing quite as badly as the other markets. that one is down to th
that slows you down in this thing. i know there are people here with other points of view and mr. kevin westly from the golden gate restaurant association is here. >> we started this project a year ago with spur and the mayor's office getting expediters and restaurant tours and getting myself and city employees involved and trying to define the problem and we have want todd create disappointments that would be general guide lines but we answered every detail problem is not public. it's meant to be a generic guideline to follow knowing the circumstances will constantly be changing. this is something we vetted over a week ago and these are edits. i don't know if this has the final edits. >> probably. is will be a fluid document so if you were to use itto a project and on page 2 you think this would be helpful, we would love the feedback. we found out people did not understand the process for a change in use permit as one example that oftentimes they dependent investigate properly with a contractor in the space to know the electric standpoint would be. we tried to give them things they c
ahead. >> was it kevin? i just completely disagree with kevin specifically because when we were talking -- >> on what point? >> i'm going to say exactly. when we were talking about being in the library and not allowing the children to read certain books, i disagree pointedly because emmett till was a child, martin luther king was a child, malcolm x was a child and i'm sure as heck they heard the word nigger and much worse words used derogatory. you know, i think about in this aspect of culture it's not that that was hidden. emmett till, i'm sure he was hung and he was drastically horrible beaten. and i'm sure they called him more than just nigger at that time. >> what did you agree particularly on? >> i didn't agree with the fact that he said he wouldn't show the book to children. >> well, no, he just said that samuel clemens said he didn't want the book shown to children. he didn't say he would personally. >> sorry. my mistake, kevin. >> and that's okay. here's how it goes. there's also a point of view about what young people should see and what young people should not see. okay? in yo
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